Review – IP68 Waterproof iPhone Case

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Review – IP68 Waterproof iPhone 7 Case As an owner of both Lifeproof and Otterbox cases, I have a little bit of real world experience when it comes to waterproof cases for the iPhone. The Read More …

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8 tips for fishing in bad weather conditions

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8 Tips for Fishing in Bad Weather Conditions The earth consists of two pressurized environments (Air & Water). Sensible weather, the day-to-day weather that we experience every day is one of many factors that affects Read More …

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Pike Trail Pocket Blanket Review

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Pike Trail Pocket Blanket Review In each of my kits, I house a type of shelter. In one it is a tarp and in another, I keep a drum liner. While there is nothing wrong Read More …

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What You Need To Know About Bowhunting

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We have another GREAT guest post! This time from Mitchell Wood of Muskethunting.com. He brings us a post on “What You Need To Know About Bowhunting”. Read on. What You Need To Know About Bowhunting Read More …

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10 Survival Tips for Camping in the Rain

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WOW! We have had some great posts lately and Shawn Michaels’ is no exception. Check out his article on Survival Tips for Camping in the Rain. 10 Survival Tips for Camping in the Rain Camping Read More …

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7 Lessons Learned from Trekking Across Mexico

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Here is another guest article this time from Chris Browning Founder of GunNewsDaily.com on 7 Life Lessons Learned from Trekking Across Mexico 7 Life Lessons I Learned From Trekking Across Mexico Mexico… For many Americans, Read More …

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ROM Pack – Review

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Recently I have been learning more and more about multi-use items. Food Network’s Alton Brown decidedly is against any “unitasker” and I have to agree. This is what differentiates the ROM Pack from other normal backpacks Read More …

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Kayaking down the Shenandoah River

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I was recently asked by my coworkers to take a day and go Kayaking down the Shenandoah River then join them for a cookout. While the adventurous side of me was honored and willing to jump at the chance, there was side of me that was shouting, “NO WAY!”. I have done many things in my … Continue reading

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5 Day Vogel State Park Outing

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Twice a year, the family and I head out to a camping spot chosen at random by one of the other families we tag along with. Keep in mind, it is not really a “smoothing it” trip because we have a gravel pad for the tent that my wife and sometimes children not to mention we … Continue reading

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A Recent Visit to Theodore Roosevelt Island in DC

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While during my frequent trips to the Nation’s Capitol, I usually drive down George Washington Parkway in route to my office. On many occasions, I fail to take my own advice and stop and smell the proverbial roses. Recently, while participating on a conference call, I had to pull off the road in order to … Continue reading

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Empty Lots, Grand Visions

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So what’s more important? 75 units of housing for people that are going to make more than $150,000 a year, or a park that will benefit AIDS sufferers, the elderly that may never see wild spaces again and youngsters.
It’s a conundrum. Housing, or a green space that helps people in ways difficult to quantify? The units won’t even serve as many middle income families as the city needs because the rules for affordable housing there are far removed from what folks need.
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